SB 8.13.2-3

Text

ikṣvākur nabhagaś caiva
dhṛṣṭaḥ śaryātir eva ca
nariṣyanto ‘tha nābhāgaḥ
saptamo diṣṭa ucyate

tarūṣaś ca pṛṣadhraś ca
daśamo vasumān smṛtaḥ
manor vaivasvatasyaite
daśa-putrāḥ parantapa

Synonyms

ikṣvākuḥ—Ikṣvāku; nabhagah—Nabhaga; ca—also; eva—indeed; dhṛṣṭaḥ—Dhṛṣṭa; śaryātiḥ—Śaryāti; eva—certainly; ca—also; nariṣyantaḥ—Nariṣyanta; atha—as well as; nabhagah—Nābhāga; saptamaḥ—the seventh one; diṣṭaḥ—Diṣṭa; ucyate—is so celebrated; tarūṣaḥ ca—and Tarūṣa; pṛṣadhraḥ ca—and Pṛṣadhra; daśamaḥ—the tenth one; vasumān—Vasumān; smrtah—known; manoḥ—of Manu; vaivasvatasya—of Vaivasvata; ete—all these; dasa-putrah—ten sons; parantapa—O King.

Translation

O King Parīkṣit, among the ten sons of Manu are Ikṣvāku, Nabhaga, Dhṛṣṭa, Śaryāti, Nariṣyanta and Nābhāga. The seventh son is known as Diṣṭa. Then come Tarūṣa and Pṛṣadhra, and the tenth son is known as Vasumān.

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